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Sixth Form pupils at a Queen’s Park school are running a virtual race to Singapore to raise funds for a friend who is battling cancer.

Warm your vocal chords by joining a sing-a-longathon in aid of a Willesden housing charity.

A youth club in Wembley is hoping to raise £15,000 to buy a minibus to carry out its work helping the community.

Two childhood friends are putting Ramadan hunger pangs aside to raise money for orphans in Iraq.

A former Northwick Park Hospital porter who went on to become the lead singer of an iconic 80s band is supporting the hospital’s fundraiser.

A Cricklewood charity boss has trodden his own path to inspire older people and raise money by running a solo marathon.

Patients needing an air ambulance is seeing a steady climb in Brent.

A Queen’s Park charity supporting vulnerable refugees has launched an appeal so it can continue it’s vital work.

More than 30 businesses in Kensal Rise have come together to support an Online Auction Appeal in aid of three charities supporting vulnerable people.

Campaigners are hoping to raise £30,000 so they can finally open a library in Cricklewood.

A young Wembley man is hosting a fundraiser to tackle poverty in Bangladesh where he’ll soon be going to volunteer.

An animal charity in Kensal Green is hoping to raise £10,000 to vaccinate 10,000 dogs against rabies.

Ten Kensal Green charity members have taken a leaf from the Calendar Girls and stripped off to raise money for its dementia cafe.

An acclaimed historical writer with a colourful history of her own is travelling to Kensal Rise to take part in a library fundraiser.

More than 90 adults and children have taken the plunge to form the first-ever “Kensal Rise Triathlon Team”, making it the largest to take part at next month’s Blenheim Palace Triathlon.

An 11-year-old schoolgirl from Wembley has raised more than £575 for an animal charity in Kensal Green.

A mum of two will tackle a 10k fundraising run for her children’s school this month despite being diagnosed with breast cancer.

The owner of a ‘miracle’ cat who survived being impaled on eight foot metal railings in Neasden has spoken of her relief that her moggy is alive.

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